NOT TODAY SATAN CLUB
Written by Peter Boykin on May 2, 2022
Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist
NOT TODAY, SATAN CLUB
Parents in North Carolina are protesting an “After School Satan Club” that’s trying to establish a presence at the elementary schools in their area.
The details: Flyers were posted around Joyner Elementary School last week with a cartoon image of the devil saying “Hey kids, let’s have fun at After School Satan Club!” The event is put on by the Satanic Temple and was supposed to take place.
A website for the club says they meet at “select” public schools where “other religious clubs meet.”
What the school is saying: The school’s chief of staff told parents that they are not affiliated with the after-school program, even though it’s supposed to take place at the school.
What the parents are saying: Temple Moore, who organized the parents’ rally against the club, said: “We here in Greensboro do not want this in our schools… This is not a time for good men to do nothing. It’s a time to let our voices be heard.”
What the Satanic Temple is saying: Lucien Greave, co-founder of Satanic Temple, said his group is not trying to “endorse Satanism or criticize other religious organizations. Our club is about critical thinking, scientific rationalism.”
The big picture: These clubs are popping up all around the country in states like Illinois, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Most notably, the same Satanic Temple recently sued a Pennsylvania school board after it rejected the “After School Satan Club.
The school currently has the club “under review” and is examining how fliers for non-school sponsored clubs are distributed, as well as their obligation to grant equitable access. So no official decision has been made yet on the status of this club.
BTW… This is the creep, Lucien Greave, who runs the Satanic Temple. Do you trust him with your kids?
Parents in North Carolina gathered outside a local school to host a prayer rally in response to an “After School Satan Club” that is attempting to establish a presence at schools in the area.
The parents gathered near Joyner Elementary School in Greensboro, North Carolina, on Friday to protest the establishment of a Satan club for students, according
to Fox 8.
The group of people are opposed to the establishment of an “After School Satan Club” at Joyner Elementary School, or any school in the district.
A website for the “After School Satan Club” states that the group meets at “Select” public schools where “Good News Clubs and other religious clubs meet.” It says that the clubs are set up at the request of community members who “Would like to see the program offered.” The club says it’s “Not interested in converting children to Satanism.”
“The pre-existing presence of evangelical after school clubs not only established a precedent for which school districts must now accept Satanic groups, but the evangelical after school clubs have created the need for Satanic after school clubs to offer a contrasting balance to student’s extracurricular activities,” the website states.
June Everett, campaign director for the After School Satan Club and an ordained minister of the Satanic Temple told Fox News Digital that the group was contacted by a group of parents.
“We were contacted by a group of parents who requested After School Satan Club at Joyner when they received Good News Club Permission Slips in their children’s backpacks in late Feb of this year. We only go to schools that have a religious club operating on-campus, and we only go to schools where community members have requested our program as a safe and all-inclusive alternative,” Everett said.
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